Monday, December 31, 2018

Orphans Child Health Care








Orphans Child Health Care
The Feed Orphan Foundation takes extra pains to organize periodic medical-screening camps for the orphans it sponsors under Child Support Program. The most recent medical camps in this regard were held at different places AJK and KPK in which the services of general physician, ENT specialist, dental surgeon and clinical psychologist made available. The camp was also equipped with the mobile laboratory for on-spot screening of TB.
As many as 757 orphans were screened at these camps and those who needed medical treatment of any sort were provided with. The camps were also used as an opportunity to spread awareness about various diseases such as T.B, Polio and skin burning, etc.
Bringing smile back on the face of disabled persons
With almost non-existent support system, Pakistan was faced with a tremendous challenge of dealing with hundreds of its inhabitants who were rendered disabled in the earthquake 2005 and subsequent natural tragedies. Besides principally deciding to address this challenge on sustainable basis, Feed Orphan ensured to provide more than 350 wheel chairs to the deserving individuals at different places such as Muzaffarabad, Poonch, Bagh, (AJK), Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Chakwal, Manshera, Haripur, Abbottabad, Balakot, (NWFP).
Medical Camps
The Feed Orphan Foundation regularly organizes medical camps at various places to reach to the people who cannot afford adequate health facilities. At these camps, medical specialists examine and prescribe medicines to the patients which are provided to them free of cost. Recommended patients are also entitled to free medical services including diagnostic and surgery.
5-Day Free Eye Camp
"Over 1,000 Patients Treated"
The Feed Orphan held a 5-day free eye camp at Dhirkot (AJK) from Aug 19-23 which was visited by well over one thousand needy patients from adjoining areas. A total of 38 eye operations were conducted at the camp by highly qualified and renowned professionals.
The eye sight of all the patients operated upon was restored at the camp while others were provided with routine checkup services. "This is truly amazing. Everyone we have operated upon has regained his/her vision and all set to start a normal life in a matter of few weeks", said Dr. Snaullah who led a team of doctors at the camp.
While talking about the success of the camp, all the operations conducted were free of cost and visitors were provided with free medical care and counseling. Moreover, glasses were also provided to well over 100 patients". He disclosed that many more such camps would be held at different places in AJK and elsewhere in coming days.


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